This week sees a few famous faces from within the Champions of Golf stable playing close to home, another appearing at the inaugural European Senior Tour Acorn Open in Jersey, the EuroPro continues to tour the UK, the Challenge Tour hits Switzerland with the European Tour in Sweden.
In action on Wednesday 3rd June, Peter Baker, Paul Broadhurst and David Gilford all descend on the fabulous Nailcote Hall for the Champions Club Celebrity Golf day which sees each player partnered with a team of three amateurs for golf and clay pigeon shooting before relaxing at the evening dinner, all in aid of Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People.
Thursday 4th June Neil Fenwick appears once again on the EuroPro Tour. After finishing T33 at the last event on tour, The Kerry London Championship, Neil will be taking part this week in the Dawson and Sanderson Foreign Exchange event in a bid to improve on his Order of Merit ranking and earn his play on the 2016 European Challenge Tour.
Having finished in a tie for 9th position at the SSE Enterprise Wales Senior Open last week, Gary heads to Jersey for the inaugural Acorn Jersey Open at the La Moye Golf Club. Already 20th on the European Senior Tour order of merit, Gary is well placed and on good enough form to be able to build on this as he looks to maintain his playing rights for next season. Unfortunately a heavily reduced playing schedule due to the tour losing out on several events, the pressure is on to maximise all of his opportunities.
Scott Arnold enjoys another week on the European Challenge Tour as the Swiss Challenge gets underway at Golf Sempachersee in Lucerne, Switzerland. In recent weeks Scott has excelled on the tour with three top 30 finishes the highlight being a tie for 16th at the Karnten Golf Open which went a long way to Scott finding himself in 58th position on the order of merit.
Finally, the other Scott in the Champions of Golf camp! Scott Henry, after a week off at home working on his game, heads to Sweden alongside the likes of Henrik Stenson and Irish Open winner Soren Kjeldsen as he takes on the windy and often wet PGA Sweden National golf course in Malmo, Sweden. Having suffered some obstacles in his game in recent weeks Scott has used the week off wisely to build on the positive elements and is now ready to head back out onto the fairways and challenge once again for a European Tour title.
For more information on how the guys get on please check back here throughout the week.